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After age 25, nobody cares....

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Hello herpsters,

I constantly read on here, I'm new, oh my god my life is over etc etc. I am here to tell you it is not. I am not new here, I've had the herpola for 3, almost 4 years now, and at first I thought life was over too, but now I hardly even think about. With every girl I've told, I've yet to be rejected, I had one girl that stopped talking to me at first, but then came back and wanted me back, but it was too late because I was already with another girl! If you just got diagnosed and are having frequent ob's, it will be hard, but I only had one ever. Every woman I've dated has had no problem with it, it's all in waiting for the right time to tell them, and being honest.

I make the points:

-only one ob ever

-I've never passed it to anyone

-we use condoms anyway because I dont want to be a single dad

-I can take meds to suppress it

-and most importantly, generally speaking, people who know they have it, dont pass it!

Now it's not the same story for everyone, but even if you have frequent ob's etc, they will slow down, and eventually stop. you can also date off ps, i've met some super hot women off their.

But anyway, really once people are over 25 they've had some type of std experience, and if they are really scared of your herpes, don't worry it means:

-they dont like you enough


-the sex was going to be horrible anyway.

Hope this helps everyone!

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Hey bat as usual I love your post :) . It's good to see you have stopped by. Tell us any new stories to look forward to since we saw you last year? You know I am your fan club card holder, LOL.. Look forward to reading your next post honey. Hugs, Ace :)

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i enjoy reading your post. it is wonderful t always have these success stories, and positive experiences here in the forum.. it definitely allows people to shy away from any negative postings, and to look on the bright side of things.. i agree with you 100%. i too have had H for 3 years.

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